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NFL player accused of possessing 157 pounds of marijuana at border
"Nine a former Detroit lion is facing federal drug charges here's Tony bird of that former ally and often to tackle Greg Robinson who was arrested yesterday along with former NFL player Quan Bray with a hundred fifty seven pounds of marijuana at a checkpoint in Sierra Blanca Texas now according to a report issued by the border patrol drug sniffing dogs alerted agents to the marijuana which was located in a series of vacuum sealed bags as well as twenty three Mason jars all of which were located in the back of Robinson's issue vis now Robinson played for the lions back in two thousand seventeen after being acquired in a trade with the St Louis rams he didn't last long in Detroit he was sent to the Cleveland Browns just one
Fresh update on "st louis rams" discussed on Wojo and Riger
"The SEC Guild show talking about college football playoff committee rankings from last night Number one Alabama number two, The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame number three Clemson and the number four, the Ohio State University. Then had Texas A and M in at number five and number six. You had Florida now joining us, A man that played for Florida ended up being the sixth overall pick in the 1995 NFL draft. Played for the ST Louis Rams, the Tennessee Titans and did win a Super Bowl as well made two pro Bowls in the National Football League. That, of course, is Kevin Carter College football on CBS. Kevin What's happening, My man Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving to you guys, too. Thanks for having me what game And I appreciate you coming on. What game? Do you think I'm most excited for this weekend? If you had to take a guess. Maybe the Iron Bowl. I'm going with you and Alabama person not. I'm gonna respectfully disagree. I don't mind Alabama. I'm super excited for Michigan and Penn State. I just want to see how much of this Mr that is. Uh, you know what? That's a game that unfortunately neither of them can afford to lose something. They couldn't afford to lose the game. They've lost us for this season. Let alone be the one that actually ends up at the very bottom of the big 10. So yeah, I get that. Would you agree that Penn State's been more disappointing this year that Michigan I know Michigan's two and three, the Penn State People thought that this was a legitimate you know, Top eight top 10 football team before the season started. Yeah, Penn State really is disappointing. I mean, you know, all of us experts basically had everything wrong. I mean, we thought that this would be the team to challenge Ohio State. You know, in the big 10 e. I mean, this was This was the team. I mean, they didn't have quite the numbers they had last season. Of course you have people like Michael Parsons opting out. But still, I mean, you know, pretty good defense of line you bring in Kurt Carioca in the offseason. Former Minnesota play caller. He's working, you know, with Sean Clifford's and working on their passing game kind of getting more of a pro style approach, you know, decision making, and, you know, the result is their number 10, and they think scoring a temper 11th and the big the Big 10 in scoring offense. Going offense and also, um They're not doing so well on defense, either. They're like last in the big 10 sacks last in interceptions, so neither part of this team really is holding up center. The bargain and they really mean they don't look uninspired, but they're just making a lot of mistakes. They have a ton of penalties. And they're really playing poppy football if you were Harbaugh. If there was NFL interesting, you assume there would be with what he did in the National Football League, the last time get into a Super Bowl on 300 C championship games. With one year left on your deal of Michigan. Would you leave your home A model? Would you leave your school and go back to the pros before it really gets ugly? And maybe they have to act you or would you continue to stay through it and continue to be the head coach of Michigan? Well, it all depends on his individual feelings on the situation. I mean, sometimes gratification in your job comes from being in the place that you love and being that being in place That means a lot to you. It might mean more to him to make Michigan a winner at some point if they'll have him regardless of how long it takes him to do so, Um, but you know, for the quality of life and maybe to do something that's more enjoyable on a day to day basis. You might head back to the NFL. I mean, at this point, you've got up you were. The coach has that you don't have to look at your coaching style and look at the way that you've been relating to these players. And how you've been building it. How you've been delegating to your assistance and how you've been bringing your team along and presenting them to the to the rest of the country. And that process, you know of Of coach player engagement development evolution of your team. You know, collective football like you just really hasn't gone in their favor. I mean, and they've had so many little things happened over the years. I mean, there's Famous plays associate ID with Michigan football that we keep saying over and over again that are heartbreaking. You know, it's kind of like when you think about Georgia and how many times you know they've lost a toe Auburn or in big games, Or had this cookie things happen so You know, it might mean more to him to stay. That's that's a personal decision, and I'm really you know, Astana mentioned it to know what his intentions are going forward. Kevin Carter here with us on exactly help show CBS Sports Radio. You being a Florida guy now working for CBS is well. I always look for crazy, just chaotic situations with the college football playoff. How likely do you think it is? Florida Right now is number six that Florida wins out and then if they meet up with Alabama in the SEC title game that they take down Alabama We'll be happy offense to do it. I don't think there's a defense, you know, in the in the country back and back and stop this team, I mean, offensively, they're just absolutely a juggernaut. Um Cal Trask has been masterful the quarterback position. He's kind of taken this this, you know this opportunity that he's gotten that he's waited so long for I mean in high school and and in college, and he's around with it. I mean, he's choking the life out of opportunity, and he's not looking back so Um if many of 12 or 13 different targets in the passing game, I mean, making use of, you know, just the fleet of tall, rangy wide receivers. Trevan guns. I'm Jacob Copeland. Xavier Henderson. Justin. Shorter of guys. We're all over 64. I mean, and, of course, No carpets. You know, he's the he's the study's been out for a couple of weeks. You've got the major weapons that lines up everywhere. Former high school quarterback and areas Tony who's just lines up in the slot, running back quarterback everywhere on the offense, and then you've got the back. You've got Leak. Davis, You've got Damien Pierce you've got I mean they Kwan, right? I mean, you've got guys dude all over the place that catching passes, and now the competition's been out. You've got You know, Tim or Gamble? You got Count Dipper. They stepped up it tight end. I mean, they've got dudes so this offense is nearly unstoppable, especially when they drop back to pass. But defensively. That's where I think they don't match up quite with Alabama in the Alabama defense isn't what it was. But with Dylan Moses back in that lineup, and then you've got the Bryan Rehm Christian bar more up front. You got some quality guys in the back end. This is a good Alabama defense. Not great, but good. And that's where I think in Alabama has the edge. If they go, you know head to head for the defense has been better as of late. Mean to the last four games had given up less than 300 yards on the total offense, But they still give up a lot of points in the first half. They have been really, really good in the second half, though. I mean, they seem to put the clamps on. Florida picks up its scoring in the second half and blows people out, and they're able to hold people off. And then, of course, the complexion. You know the game changes. People fall behind and they got a pass and You know, Florida finds itself leading the SEC and quarterback sacks. So you know who knows how that game will go. It'll come down a special teams in defense. Does, Nick say, but not being on the sideline for the Iron Bowl affect this game because he tested positive for covert 19? I still think Alabama's gonna win going away against Auburn, but save it not being there have in effect. Don't think so, Um, the one thing about Nick's saving and I played for him during the NFL. The save in NFL experiment, um, for two years down down in Miami, But the one thing that I can say is The way he delegates responsibility and in the way that he relates his players the way that he build his team and the way he's built Alabama You know that?.
"st louis rams" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"There's one come to your mind off the top of your head where I was totally blaspheme then lied about it misrepresented all okay when I was a very a minority member in an ownership group that is wanted by the St Louis rams the moment that leaked out there were stories all over the media that were totally manufactured such as the big quote that circulated found its way into every major newspaper in this country it was headlined on ESPN that I had said slavery was a period of time where blacks were better off than they are today and it wasn't that bad or some so something I'd never set media matters have reported that I sent to some guy wrote a book chalk full of lies things that I'd said the media is not one of them called me to say did you really say they just ran with it and that was just one of the misrepresentations and analyze the day friend with them this is it's been a it's been a staple these are the kind of things that you have to say trump same thing years kind they have to save yourself these are happening because you represent a threat they're happening because your affect if they're happening because you whole is a danger to people and they can't find a way to get rid of your so they're doing this and it's it was for me it was a very tough psychological transition to learn to take that kind of hate as a sign of success because that's not how I was raised I mean I don't know anybody to raise that wants to be hated and it's not normal it's not natural so you have to you have to cross the psychological barrier in order to keep it from overtaking you and not ruining you but but changing your personality so that you become what they say you are you can't let that happen gotta stay who you are and trump I've not seen anybody I don't think there is any but I've never seen anybody can get this amount of incoming grief the lives the misrepresentations the outright slander and libel and I don't know of anybody alive who could take it for as little as three or four days before asking and begging stop stop I'll quit if you want to stop anyway I appreciate the call very much west take a brief time out back after I don't know why because we know for you best will do on the network the holidays seem to always be go go girl you've got so many things to do and by the end you'll probably have house guests you might not be so sad to see go now while you're on the go all you're using.
Proposed settlement in lawsuit over Rams merchandise gets OK
"Team if you kept any of your St Louis rams ticket and merchandise receipts you could be getting some money back a Saint Louis circuit judge gave preliminary approval yesterday to a settlement of a class action lawsuit by saying those residents that accuses the team of misleading fans about its intention to stay in St Louis the proposed settlement would give fans a twenty five percent refund of tickets and merchandise purchased from April twenty first twenty ten to January fourth twenty
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Waterboy dot org is a nonprofit that raises money. So they can put clean drinking wells in in the country are in the continent of Africa Tanzania most more specifically, they do a climb up Kilimanjaro with NFL players and veterans every February to raise awareness and right now. They're in the process of holding their annual foundation fundraiser tonight. So Chris, and I for the last two days we're trying to figure out a way to to get him on the show. And he's got donors. He's got donors there. He's got people there that that that he needs their time. But he was willing to on a flight back to Philly yesterday to ring the bell for the Philly Toronto game and one of the big questions. A lot of people have is is on the football side of things is is he going to be an eagle next year. He's been really really dominant force in what they've done one year. He wins the SuperBowl. What the New England Patriots the next year. He moved down south to Philadelphia and wins a Super Bowl. They're a little more about Chris before we get them on or efforting to make sure we get him on the phone here. He was. You know is the son of pro football hall of fame member. Of course, how long he played college football at Virginia where he was recognized as unanimous all American, and I thought this was interesting, of course, because of my history, right? He was the he was selected by the St Louis Rams in two thousand eight and he was the second overall pick. So there's not many there's not many second overall picks out there. How many drafts have there been in history? Right. There's been it was the first draft quite a few. Yeah. But I mean, quite a few. Yes. But in in terms of of time, let's say there. What's what there's been six? The first NFL draft was nineteen thirty six. Sixty sixty drafts probably seven almost eighty. So there's radi-. So there's there's seventy-second picks in the NFL draft in an all time. We're told there was no there's going to be no mass. Well, we're trying to get Chris on the phone here. We'll let's kind of jump back towards that. Speaking of Philly, right? The chances for them with the youth. They showed they showed coach Brown's win loss record over his first what six years in the league, they won ten games their first year like eighteen and then like seventeen nineteen and then a twenty eight and then a jump to fifty two and fifty one. This is what you would consider probably as. On the game plan. Right. This was their blueprint. They were going to. Tank to get the high draft picks. Right. The process, they the what would be the only one you really felt all they've missed out on a couple of right? They missed out on. What Noelle's is Nerlens? Noel was kind of a bust Marco full-time. They could've had Jason Tatum last year. Right. So I mean, they had many opportunities in the guys that they got in play right now are doing a tremendous job and beat eventually came around. Ben Simmons got off to a slow start. But he has been a great player. You mentioned he's not a great shooter. But that's something you can develop. You.
"st louis rams" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The shame for saints in their fans, but nothing's going to change the Rams are in the Super Bowl. Well, yeah, they are in the Super Bowl. It's a rematch of. Rematch of another Super Bowl in which the patriots knocked off the ranch. How prepared are the Rams for this? Well, I think they're going to be very prepared not as much as the patriots. You know, the magic in the genius of Bill Belichick give you an idea back in two thousand one the first year that Tom Brady was the New England starter they play the St Louis Rams in the regular season. Kurt Warner and Bellichik blitzed him with his defense virtually every play of the game nonstop lifting. But the Rams won the game by touchdown. Let's fate would have it those same two teams met in the Super Bowl that season defense for New England completely different. They never blitz. One time in the entire game. All focused was on stopping Marshall. Faulk the best play on the St Louis Rams team leading rusher leading receiver and a t record-setting touchdown score. You never scored a point the patriot defense not lifting and concentrating on fog shut down the Rams offense and New England won the game on a late field goal. So right now, you know, the Bill Belichick is planning something for the Rams and their best player. On the other side of the ball, the offense and defensive tackle Aaron Donald. He's gonna see some blocking schemes. He's not familiar with. Tom Brady does not like a pass rush up the middle. I mean, no quarterback does particularly Brady. And that's what Aaron Donald does. He comes from up to middle. And no one's better at it. The patriots have not dealt with a player of his caliber.
"st louis rams" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A choice between the you know. The patriots coming and the saints coming you'd want the. The patriots coming not that could have happened. Obviously the team that they came the Rams we're happy that they're here. And I'm sure the falcons brass were here are happy. Why relationships think all the? Think of all the interaction that the falcons have had with the St Louis Rams amongst the years, right? Less need having working for the falcons Orgainzation for a little while then got his big break with the Rams organizations to Saint Louis eventually out to LA. And now he comes back to Atlanta place where he started or spent some time, and he gets gets the beat his chest. Like the big shot. You know what I'm saying? So in other words, it's like they come in and take over the falcons facilities for for a couple of weeks that must be that must feel pretty awesome. So they got the they got the management thing on lock with less need. They've got the coaching thing on lock with Sean McVeigh who by the way is from high school. He played at Marist young guy. How old is he thirty one at the most thirty one thirty two at the most. Oh, man. He's he's Boston right now. What do you think? He is. Right. Like, how do you think he's spending his first week? They probably just a little bit. How will fun before they actually buckled down to get serious. You know, the actual Super Bowl. But could you imagine? How fun it is. For those guys right now. And if you don't think Adama, Kim Soo as well as Donal them, boys. No ball on the Super Bowl is going to be ugly. I've gone on record to say, I believe that the. Los Angeles Rams are going to be two touchdown. Winter's over the New England Patriots Seinfeld is listening heading to the club coming back from the club. I apologize man. If you're a patriot just, you know, it's just a talented, and I know which I got going. I know the I know the pages have a rich history of good things that happened to them have a fine organization. One of the best. If not best ever we all know that we all acknowledge that if the best quarterback to ever play the game with now. But on Sunday, it's gonna come down to talent. And which team is going to be able to. Impose their will on the other. Dogs on that defensive line in down. And I think they're gonna I fully expect those guys to rise to the occasion and do some big things. And one of the. Pretty matchup. You'll have to look for is. How about David Andrew center for the New England Patriots, former UGA product think about this battery man, you got you got the center Andrews. You got two running back Sony. Michelle did big things last week in the AFC championship game. Then on the other side, you got ta girly. Who had a jacked up call? And what did you do that? Shifting my faith or your your face pointing at me telling me that I had something on my face. And I need to get that because it was on the radio. So it's okay. Okay. All right. Okay. All right. Don't have any self conscious up here survivors said Swiss it's one o'clock in the morning. Jeez. Louise. Where was yeah. So where was I told him about Todd Gurley in the local ties, etc? Yeah. Todd gurley. Admittedly had a bad game in the NFC championship game against the saints. And he will have an opportunity to redeem himself when he comes back to the friendly confines of Mercedes Benz stadium. Not that he ever had an opportunity to play Mercedes Benz stadium as a member of. Know guys that have ties to the. They wanna come back here and show day behind. That's just a that's just a that's just the honest truth of it. There are some places that bring up the absolute best in people. The absolute best. You know, where those places are. Staples Center in Los Angeles. Nadison Square Garden. In New York. Ladies and gentlemen, dare. I say believe it or not. State farm arena. The new name state farm arena. But that facility. As well as Mercedes Benz stadium. Prior to that the Georgia Dome. People come athletes, come to Atlanta. It's like the it's like a stage for them. It's like I wish there was some way. I could relate this it made people feel when I'm talking about. It's the big stage here in Atlanta, whether or not we realize it or that living here. Cats wanna come to Atlanta and show their behinds? They wanna they wanna play their best games in Atlanta. Looker James harden. Did right Luca James harden did last night in Madison Square Garden? You don't think he has dreamed about putting a big numbers in Madison Square Garden. One of the most infamous sports facilities in the history of sport. Yes. Even talked about in his post-game conference after buses sixty one on him. Sixty one points or no assistances. The producers shaking her head like, wow, I don't even know how you can do that with no assists. Sixty one points and narrator cyst from teammate. Wow. Mega put up big numbers. Now granted ain't gonna fly in the postseason. You know, what I'm saying goes dating? Oh for even on a hand. Boy boys on the ropes last year. Right. But at the end of the day. James harden, deliver they say, we're creatures of habit. We'd have to bust something up to make that go away with you will speaking of James harden. I have some NBA all star voting news. I'll tell you who the two captains are when we return. You're listening to sports walk on sports radio ninety nine the game and ninety two nine a game dot com. Your home for Super Bowl fifty three.
St. Louis Rams Fans Are Already Feeling Tortured by Super Bowl LIII
"So where are Saint Louis fans now like where does their fandom lie with the NFL? So it depends on who you talk to you. It's kind of a mixed bag. A lot of people are really apathetic and don't care about the league at all anymore. I know a lot of people who the day that it happened canceled there, and if I'm at work subscription, instead he know what this is a corporation that doesn't want anything to do with us. So we're not going to put them emotionally. And we're not gonna support them monetarily, I visited another group, and I phoned to this group mostly going to describe that you really still love football and you've loved watching the game. But you just share against the Rams. It's kind of like the NFL is certainly evil in your mind, but the Rams evil as everything that they've done to you personally. Oh that to your every week whichever team playing the Rams so sure there's a lot of people in Saint Louis waking up begrudgingly having to go patriot today because I don't know if you guys have talked about this part of it. All ready having the Rams play the patriots for St Louis Rams fan or example, Rams, man. The worst possible fan combo you could ever have in your entire life. I was gonna say Michelle that was really my next question. These Saint Louis Rams who we know really kick started this version of the patriots dynasty with that match back in two thousand. Nd and to do you have in your heart to openly cheer for the patriots at this point? Or is this going to be a Super Bowl where you're almost like a conscientious objector, you just abstain completely from this? I was actually texting with fellow co worker. I wanna yes yesterday Randy character, and he was very emotionally invested in the Ramsey's PF L owner from the beginning. He was one of the people that spoke at the town hall meeting really passionately in favour of Saint Louis to keep the team. And after the patriots advanced I was actually with him. And he said I've gone through a movie on Super Bowl Sunday. I cannot cheer for the ramp, obviously. Because of what they did to St Louis, and I can't you're patriots. Because a lot of people are sitting St Louis thinking, you know, if the patriots they win that Super Bowl, you know, the Rams wouldn't have gone on this day losing spiral and because of the team losing so much. It's part of the contributing factor for them ultimately moving it's part of the argument that hand cranking company presented to the league. Like, hey, we haven't been. Advance import hasn't been best. It's okay to rip the seam out of this community. So I be grudgingly wanted to for the patriots because seeing Sankranti hoist the Super Bowl trophy and have people cheer for that. That's something that I can't stomach and if it if it doesn't happen. There's a lot of people Sandler's we're gonna have to go underground for a while. But I will be watching the game patriots. I know a lot of people in Saint Louis. We'll be going to believe that day. We're talking to Michelle small when you can hear them one on one ESPN Saint Louis small move formula to go out of your what heels Saint Louis in the relationship with the NFL at this point anything. I I don't really think anything we'll never get a team there. Again. I don't think Saint Louis wants that. And I don't think that the NFL could really figure out a way to do it. It's just it's a relationship that I think is too fractured as that camping. But a lot of people now Jeff wanna see them suffer. I just wanna see them have no success. That would make deserve. I mean when this the news I came down initially about the Rams leaving. I think a lot of people who were outside Saint Louis didn't really look at a lot of the contributing factors shift. I think they were like, oh, yeah. It's the middle market team. If the middle market, and you know, people don't necessarily care about the Rams their baseball town. If I was a business on I want to be in LA, it has don't look at everything the league gate leading up to that point that put fan Lewis on a really big cam-. I mean to tell the cities. Yeah, you guys put together this massive project. And it's not the plan by the land will keep the team and for Saint Louis do that and put hundreds of millions of dollars public funding on
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Oh you uh you know uh my ultimate goal was to make it to the nfl and and uh already be catching passes from uh from peyton in being in the the huddle was already just something that was uh you know i i to pitch myself every single day so uh to go beyond that and you know be leading the league in and whatnot i was kind of a it was a world went right uh but now i i was just great borrowers airplane it's not a lot of people get it get experience some weight that now there's a story that i enjoy telling i think goes against the st louis rams you ran a flat you're out in the flat would have been a touchdown peyton manning throws it you attempted to catch up with one hand you did not catch it your jogging back to the huddle in what happens get wrecked out of the huddle in picked you off he literally kicked him off the field the relationship that payton had with you was almost like a fatherson son situation did you see at the same way yeah i think old older brother little brother do you remember to relationship do you remember j mac the guy who had the thirty for thirty the basketball quick manager who got in a game and then he want like he made like 10 3pointers in a last fourth quarter he was a coats ballboy for a while like he would come to training camp and he will do an impression of peyton manning in the first year i was there was my rookie year his impression involved yelling at austin cali like dealers that i like it was like oh ma i'll pull out apple good over here off.
"st louis rams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Well i i mean that's that's pretty insane asking price i mean even when we're talking about the greatest trade price in the history of the nfl for a guy like nick falls who six weeks ago everybody was telling me we should bench infer nate sud felt ok or he was released by the kansas city chiefs aware at mean didn't work well with the st louis rams would may worth what he's worth to me it's going to depend on what that team that's desperate you need a quarterback much arizona yeah arizona i i don't think you're going to be able to get a first round pick i think you could get like a second round second round uh maybe a 'nother throw in pick at some point like a two thousand nineteen fifth round pick to go along with it are six round may be a third desperate but i don't think you're going to be able to ask for much more than that again nick falls was a he played great in the super bowl but let's not forget that that was one of the worst defense in football without one of their best players on the field i am still a believer that malcolm butler is playing in that game i'd like to say that the patriots win that game yes we still don't know why malcolm butler didn't play no i don't know either i don't we find out everything eventually novel the patriots you know in the now i mean crap i worked for them and i still can't find out the full story if you had asked my opinion just piecing things together i think there is some things that happened with in his hotel room and i don't know this so i'm not this is allegedly so no one comes out and just speculate okay i do think there was some things that went on in his hotel room that annoyed the team he was sick didn't practice well he came there a day late probably die no he has an agreed to their lowball contract terms which and noise them as well and i think at all ended into a where they tried to trade him in.
"st louis rams" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"And brutal then i also would to the patriots first to st louis rams the greatest show on turf and when we won and i got to feel that feeling like floating out of the stadium hugging complete strangers with the saint you know it sticks unreal flicked the level of a motion on that day is going to be crazy so i you know what my feelings for the game of just nervous i'm just nervous like this was going to be i think it's going to be another classic there's nothing to all these fucking asked holes go took the patriots it's like the patriots have probably better in arguably seven of the top ten super bowls of all time every one of them has been like a heartstopper right other that could the bears once stunk the fucking the green bay packers one was quiz great until the opening kickoff i believe of the second half when they do from michigan ran it back but the fucking patriots ram verse the rams when that game happened they will like that was the most exciting two volvo alltime though he played the panthers with jake to loan ill that that game was fucking unbelievable the eagles game wasn't that good it now pugh that kind of ruin that one right and then the fuck an undefeated patriots by gate all of that shit fucking the giants with the greatest bucket run on the road it's a wildcard team wins the helmet catch all of that even though we lost unbelievable fucking game though we played the giants again all right brady to welker they dropped at fucking heartbreaking and then eli once again makes an incredible past you can no longer say that he's got a horseshoe of possess because he did it twice right not a great one.
"st louis rams" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Of which one but the podcast it's probably up there on mad radio triple thread or in the loop stages pace said on pfp live yesterday that he still hasn't like the patriots and still wonders if their superb game plan was aided by sheetings and there was a report one proven to be false but never really got the retraction it deserved because he espy and never really gnaws the retraction that was made by the boston herald the patriots a filming a walk through practice in of of the st louis rams before super bowl thirty one the pace said quote there's a little bit of suspicion there i think eyes all feel that way they had a pretty solid game plan for a so i dunno they knew exactly what we were going to do down there even though there is no evidence of them filling the walk through practices he continued as saying that it's a really hard to accept that they didn't win another title because of all the hall of fame players on the greatest show on turf you look at all these all famers and you just saw missed opportunities and that was one of them because we should have had multiple championships okay but you lost am i'm just going to go through all of those big games that people continuously go to win and pointed the cheating because i remember them vividly and i'm tired of people to bring them up if you disagree with me fine i remember these games like the back of my hand i mean i watched them over and over and over again after the fact because i didn't really have a life so i watched the super bowls over in super bowl thirty six something that bothered me for the longest time is that the rams acting like the mistakes that they made in the game were because of the patriots somehow cheating in some way shape or form okay burst off when kurt warner through a pick six with eight forty nine left in the second quarter mike rabl blitzes them now titans had coach it's amazing how far the nfl's cone all these years occurred curtis throws.
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He's the greatest team athlete ever because to be the greatest you have to beat the greatest it wasn't that always the knock on tiger woods hey jack nicholas had the beat arnold palmer anc gary player and you listed all those great golfers and you always criticise tiger woods hooted tiger beat i mean phil mickelson his sergio i mean who was really great that was always your criticism of tiger to be the greatest you got beat some greats all lee beat frazier foreman norton mike tyson couldn't beat holyfield or lennox lewis he beat trevor berbick in an old larry holmes to be the greatest did jim beat tom brady beat two teams the st louis rams who already at a tidal were on their way to a dynasty brady ended it the seattle seahawks already at a championship on their way to a dynasty brady psychologically and physically ended it they were never the same after that loss peyton manning in the cold on their way to a dynasty tom brady never let it happened michael jordan beat utah twice in the finals even when he retired they couldn't get to the finals he then beat portland phoenix and seattle those group of players never won titles and the lakers team he beat karim was done and magic was done right after that michael could never get past the pistons and the celtics when they were in their prime brady went into the teeth of that seattle defense in its prime and owned it and into the teeth of a st louis dynasty in its prime and beat it and in the teeth of peyton manning many consider many consider the greatest quarterback of all time they do many and he never let the dynasty become a real thing.
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He's the greatest team athlete ever because to be the greatest you have to beat the greatest it wasn't that always the knock on tiger woods hey jack nicholas had to beat arnold palmer anc gary player and you listed all those great golfers and you always criticise tiger woods hooted tiger beat i mean phil mickelson his sergio i mean who was really great that was always your criticism of tiger to be the greatest you got beat some greats all lee beat frazier foreman norton mike tyson couldn't beat holyfield or lennox lewis he beat trevor berbick in an old larry holmes to be the greatest hooted jim beat tom brady beat two teams the st louis rams who already at a tidal were on their way to a dynasty brady ended it the seattle seahawks already at a championship on their way to a dynasty brady psychologically and physically ended it they were never the same after that loss peyton manning in the colt on their way to a dynasty tom brady never let it happened michael jordan beat utah twice in the finals even when he retired they couldn't get to the finals he then beat portland phoenix and seattle those group of players never won titles and the lakers team he beat karim was done and magic was done right after that michael could never get past the pistons in the celtics when they were in their prime brady went into the teeth of that seattle defense in its prime and owned it and in the teeth of a st louis dynasty in its prime and beat it and in the teeth of peyton manning many consider many consider the greatest quarterback of all time they do many and he never let the dynasty become a real thing brady also one super bowls in a sport with regulated violence he didn't have grown one year addle men hightower.
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He's the greatest team athlete ever because to be the greatest you have to beat the greatest it wasn't that was the knock on tiger woods hey jack nicholas had to beat arnold palmer anc gary player and you listed all those great golfers and you always criticise tiger woods hooted tiger beat i mean phil mickelson his sergio i mean who was really great that was always your criticism of tiger to be the greatest you've got to beat some greats all lee beat frazier foreman norton mike tyson couldn't beat holyfield or lennox lewis he beat trevor berbick in an old larry holmes to be the greatest who'd jim beat tom brady beat two teams the st louis rams who already at a title were on their way to a dynasty brady ended it the seattle seahawks already outta championship on their way to a dynasty brady psychologically and physically ended it they were never the same after that loss peyton manning in the colts on their way to a dynasty tom brady never let it happened michael jordan beat utah twice in the finals even when he retired they couldn't get to the finals he then beat portland phoenix and seattle those group of players never won titles and the lakers team he beat karim was done and magic was done right after that michael could never get past the pistons in the celtics when they were in their prime brady went into the teeth of that seattle defense in its prime and owned it and into the teeth of a st louis dynasty in its prime and beat it at in the teeth of peyton manning many consider many consider the greatest quarterback of all time they do many and he never let the dynasty become a real thing.
"st louis rams" Discussed on No Huddle
"Well sell my guest tried to get him back to and that's a little bit of love are good for some reason pace came as looking for that joe flack all tied contract uh they may say you know what we're just not gonna go all in on the guy and what a one year wondered a onehit wonder we got a guy teddy bridge war that we absolutely love so there's a little bit of leverage on the vikings side of this situation roses those is our guest on the nfl on tune in sage i'm not trying to be a hot take artist here but does appear to point out the both case keen of nichols have wound up playing in the afc title game after they stop playing for jeff fischer or any calls it affects there yeah i i think there is i mean it's pretty obvious at this point that a look back at jeff fisher's time with the st louis rams than the la rams that uh you know he was a defence of guy he's old old school bayer's guy right he played for the old school 85 bears two and one of the great defense was if not the best event in the history national football league butter offense though that walter payton uh what we're really wasn't all that exciting with uh with jim mcmahon at the helm so uh that's sort of in his blood his dna and is pretty obvious that she just kept missing on you know coaches uh with with that authenticity weather st louis earlier l a shell i i don't think he appreciated now how how important it a really good a coordinator it's one that's not just detail not just the ban mean but you know extremely creative and understand how to use near different weapons because they had a weapon gone that football team with la and then the out if he didn't use todd girlie who is now the candidates if you use them they obviously didn't use him and all who the bill.
"st louis rams" Discussed on WEEI
"To stop the wrong when an extra guy here's what i say you need to do against oklahoma make them drive the football ten to fifteen plays i'll go back to when we played the st louis rams they had a greatest show on turf and he was scored fifty points marsha falk and warner and isaac can tore in all that our game playing a game was to make them drive the football tinder fifteen plays in we get down to the fourth quarter in the school with something like seven to five because defensively we kept the ball in front of us and we did not give up any big plays and so if you're georgia you're gonna guess oklahoma it's a pro style defense make baker throw the football short underneath their big play office they don't want to drop the football they want to get the fifty to sixty our place look for me i'm going to ban but i'm not going to break it give up the big way yeah i agree with booker i you know blitzing is not a good option it might sound like like it will work but baker mayfield is one of the best that i've seen at not only recognizing pressure that's coming before the snap but being able to avoid it when it does come and that's when he kills you is when you commit an extra geyer to to try to stop him he buys himself another couple of seconds in and there are always guys running wide open when that happens and so i think you've got to be able to get pressure on him with your base fraught if you can do that then i think you you've got a chance yeah ended this is not a defense that's known for our in georgia they don't they don't blitz a lot i think there were th in the sec 26 blitz the curbing of them knows if he's got lorenzo carter he's got row quonset that that are kenneth sagged back in that they can play some defence i honestly this is a situation where they will not probably blitz ally in honestly isn't.
"st louis rams" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
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"st louis rams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The details things on alex smith in san brad for you brought them up i'll give you credit you sort of organically brought them up i can now give you three notes on them okay the first and i was too obvious is that they were both once upon a time the first pick in the nfl draft alex smith by san francisco and san bradford by the events st louis rams so a great deal was expected of them obviously and we know where they are now last season alex smith was second to last in air yards per pass attempt so how far the ball travel right the only person who threw the ball shorter all year the guess san brad fan that's very well play thank you you've got the theme down and then now through one week at it is only one week sam bradford alec smith were the only quarterback supposed to qbe are of ninety or higher in week wants to even jared golf didn't and i didn't i didn't think he could play any better than he did but bradford had a 939 qb are and alex smith against new england ninety one point eight so they those two off to by that standard of measure the best starts of any quarterbacks in the nfl yeah i made again impressive because it where it was different now again it's one week so we'll see where this is going to go do they keep this up is this the new kind of way the offense is going to run the i think in minnesota with new running back you know young running back speedy can run to the out i can kassim speaking catch out of the backfield brand new offensive line really wonder where this is going to go and then and then the amine both both these cream hud i mean delvine cook was the name euro expected cream hunt was not you know this is a guy that were was at the expectation wasn't there but they obviously newer to kansas city and andy rica's he got the workload early early the early fumble and then he just went off the rest of the game so these young running backs coming in getting the dog gives us a chance to say holy toledo allott which i very ago we'll be fun to the.
"st louis rams" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"It may be pro football's version of the greatest story ever toll and it's epilogue we'll be written in canton ohio with his pro football hall of fame profile i've scot graeme for kurt warner the pant the football immortality was hardly straight it ran through a grocery store stocking shelter fight that the an hour to the arena lee and a season in nfl europe as an amsterdam apple but through it'll warner's character and talent shone through and my drink green was injured in the 1999 preseason st louis rams head coach dick romeo turn to we made the decision to go with it because i believe we could play well along with it i did though we would play extreme it will because you find that out by give the ugh to say he ran with that opportunities a gross understatement one or two for more than forty three hundred yards and forty one touchdowns in an mvp season leading the greatest show on turf to a super bowl thirty four title up half hi i advocate plan warner was the mvp again in two thousand one and later led the arizona cardinals to the franchise his first appearance in the super bowl it was a source of great pride for kurt the thing that i want to define mike who will more than anything else was the fact that i got a chance and was able to help to organizations kind changed their strikes his twelve year career included three super bowl appearances four proposals and a walter payton man of the year award for a player who gave back as much or more than he received along the way there will be no one else that ever has niger and i am extremely proud of that even though i could never imagine that one day i would be in this class in this group with his pro football hall of fame profile i'm scott graham westwood once news americans are stuck especially lower income rural americans they're stuck where they live now even if they wanna move and should move to better themselves a wall street journal analysis shows overall mobility once the hallmark of american life is at the lowest level since just after world war 2 among the biggest reason cited housing.
"st louis rams" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"One gamely alone is where a dynasty that in fact that they won one hundred sixty in game one seeing what an is right now like the yankees will winning allott inadequate that's what i'm saying they put the dodgers who have got to that the air before we can start giving rails intimacy and they're the best ev they just don't have that they don't have that yankees type team in their way they don't really yankees the when the temperature i'm just say they don't have that type that team that won rian arroyo whatever out of five arrival were was there's not that dynastic team there right now number three two two thousand one st louis rams to mvp's thirty one points per game ross of the patriots 2017 tom brady khmer old tommy terrific there was the israeli that was buying almost begging you allegedly religion antoine smith number two the 2007 new england patriots your favorite team on average about thirty seven points per game you fraser tennis things new york giants loss of you know i wanted him play like five games a year i went to fiveunder games a year yeah deify was the greatest thing you've ever seen no no even though they were undefeated in ah given you like learning seventy game i'll tell you i'll tell you off air in we can have another conversation about pyrite a number one that the brass t in a regular season anyway to have so much turn on paper now win at all that's right george your golden state warriors.